24 March 2010
Aboriginal Printing Corporation owner wins award
TORONTO—Aboriginal Printing Corporation, Canada's largest Aboriginal printer, recently announced company president Steven Bolduc was awarded Businessman of the Year from the Toronto Aboriginal Business Association and Miziwe Biik.

Bolduc says he was very ecstatic when he heard he had won the award. “We are an aboriginal printing company that tries to promote aboriginal businesses in Canada,” he says. “Our objective is to create a great company, but also to create jobs for the aboriginal community. All while being environmentally friendly.”

Awards like these are important, says Bolduc because they keep the printing industry innovative and moving with the times. “They help to open the doors to many groups, minorities. Ensures support and training are available.”

Aboriginal Printing Corporation is located in Toronto and has been in business for over 25 years. Clients include Fortune 500 businesses, government agencies, educational institutions and small enterprise.

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